Nel electrolysers to produce vital oxygen for US Navy

Nel electrolyser technology will continue to produce life sustaining oxygen onboard US Navy submarines through a new $5.4m deal announced today (9th Nov).

Raytheon Technologies’ Collins Aerospace Division has ordered PEM electrolyser cell stacks from Nel Hydrogen US that will produce critical life support oxygen for US Navy crews on multiple classes of nuclear-powered submarines.

The purchase order is part of an ongoing contract between the US subsidiary of Nel ASA and Collins Aerospace.

“We are very proud to work with our partner Collins Aerospace and the US Navy on this mission critical application for PEM electrolysis,” said Steve Szymanski, Vice-President of Sales & Marketing at Nel Hydrogen US.

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